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Kniphofia 'High Roller'

$10.99

Common Name: Red Hot Poker This tropical looking variety will bring cool refreshing tones to the garden when it bursts into blooms! Coral orange flowers open creamy white on perfectly formed spikes. The beautiful bicolor flowers are produced above a large clump of foliage and blooms for many weeks beginning in early to midsummer.  The spiky flowers and upright habit gives a very unique drama to your landscape, with rebloom extending the color late into the season. Grass-like foliage provides textural contrast to bold-leaved perennials, like Hibiscus. These tropical-looking plants are hardy to USDA 6(Canadian 7) and possibly hardier if...

Kniphofia 'Orange Blaze'

$12.49

Common Name: Red Hot Poker  Bright orange flowers are densely packed onto the flower spike, and flowers are proportionate to the foliage. One of the most compact of the collection.  The spiky flowers and upright habit gives a very unique drama to your landscape, with rebloom extending the color late into the season. Grass-like foliage provides textural contrast to bold-leaved perennials, like Hibiscus. These tropical-looking plants are hardy to either zone 5b or 6, if you provide protection. A must-have.   Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens Inc. Size: Bareroot Clump  Height: 24-30" Spread: 18-24" Hardy Zones: 6,7,8,9 Light requirement: Full sun Attributes: Attracts butterflies,...

Kniphofia 'Gold Rush'

$10.99

Common Name: Red Hot Poker Brilliant yellow flowers are produced above notably blue-green, wide-leafed foliage on a very large, robust clump.This variety is one of the tallest of the collection, so it's perfect for giving height to the garden.  The spiky flowers and upright habit gives a very unique drama to your landscape, with rebloom extending the color late into the season. Grass-like foliage provides textural contrast to bold-leaved perennials, like Hibiscus. These tropical-looking plants are hardy to USDA 6(Canadian 7) and possibly hardier if you provide protection. Reports of these surviving in Canadain zone 6 with protection.  They also...

 

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